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with cleanpowersf, that is to reduce energy costs, create higher renewable energy sources for the citizens of this city, to reduce exposure to fuel cost volatility. you will recall cca started because of the bankruptcy of pg&e and the unreliability of certain transmission issues. we're at the end of the transmission of the power grid, was to increase reliability and improve environmental quality. so, what we're looking at asking and what we're asking for is a consultant or consultants to create a city-wide integrated clean energy and efficiency installation network. now, there's a number of components. the rfp has been attached to your packet. i wasn't going to go into all of those, but basically to tell you that the rfp -- runs parallel with the current program as devised with the shell, but it also asks for alternatives to the shell contract such as as you heard previously, what alternatives be they other power purchasers or sfpu staff itself. and it identifies financing and asks for an overall plan for implementation, both short term and long term. the critical issue, we've talked a lot
city, and san francisco clean energy advocates which is a coalition working to move forward cleanpowersf. so, it's really important after that presentation to focus on this issue of available money and bonding and how that relates to the s.f.p.u.c.'s quote-unquote financial crisis. first of all in 2002 when the law what passed in order to enable community choice aggregation, cleanpowersf, that was to be self-funding ~. so, the customer revenue stream that you bring in by bringing in hundreds of thousands of customers into this new program provides a brand-new revenue stream and also the revenue stream that you get from doing what lafco is about to do, which is design a local build out program which is going to bring in revenues over the long term. those are what build cleanpowersf. there is no connection whatsoever really, except for bond rating to the san francisco public utilities commission to bond for its own stand alone energy programs. that's totally different. so, the point is cleanpowersf is designed to be self-funding. it's designed not to cost rate payers, taxpayer
? >> yes, it is there and one of the tasks which is what is the energy mix and what is the best energy mix because i know that recs were a question. and as you recall, the reason why the recs increase is because there was a question from the sfpuc commission to reduce the rate down. so, we am a balancing act there. that still continues to be the issue. >> okay, great. and the role of the puc for requesting an interview, is that something that would continue to be a rate setting responsibility or what would happen? who would select? i imagine lafco would be the one to choose -- >> lafco would select the consultant, but that's what i'm requesting, that a member of the sfpuc staff be assigned to sit on the panel to assist in that selection. >> what about this rate setting function of the puc? >> that is a charter function. >> but would that still need to happen if we need into a new contract? if we went down the same road we did with shell -- >> yes. >> okay. >> okay. >> thank you. >> commissioner moran. >> thank you. a couple questions. the rfp, do you have an estimate as to what the cost is
's the practice to in the energy market and sf. coming back to actions and options, i want to spend time on the new revenue source line there. and that gets us to looking at what are our opportunities. we've been talking through this presentation about commercial retail enterprise level paying customers. sort of how did we arrive at that. what this slide shows is four different types of sales. wholesale, clean power sf, large commercial retail. so, the top column. and it shows -- it walks through the price it sold for at the top line, the transmission and distribution costs that occurred. so, those are deducted from the sale rate to arrive at a gross margin. and then we factor in other costs, costs of hetchy power, for example, local build and repayment stream, and we arrive at a net margin we look at these different types of sales opportunities. so, if you have a kilowatt hour hetch hetchy power, where did you make the most sense to deliver from that power? it you can deliver from the wholesale market. on average we'd clear about a penny. you could deliver it to the klaxon power s.f. pr
is no longer involved, who is creating the energy? >> sfpuc has the staff and able to do that and when the rim fire went on they were able to replace the energy and this staff is able to do that as well for scheduling and there might be some part that shell would do but you rearrange the contract to cover that. >>supervisor john avalos: we can meet with puc staff to talk about this idea and then bring it to the joint meeting as well? okay. >> miss miller? >> i would like to add that i appreciate miss mchale's comments. we designed this program to be a self sufficient program that it was going to run itself that they were not going to take other resources and apply it. in the financials which i would like to make sure that we talk about at the joint meeting, i do believe that there were provisions for paying back all the money advanced at the program and the financials handled that over a period of time and we strecht that out at one point but the plan itself, the cca program paid for itself. i don't really understand the idea if there is a budget cut because of increased capital cost on hetch
reliability standards nationwide and within the west. they are an arm of the federal regulatory energy commission and they've gotten much more diligent and involved in how utilities, electric utilities operate their system. electric utility system are interconnected and a problem on one entity system can cascade into another's. with the reliability council, what they're trying to do is make sure that that cascading does not happen and all the systems individually are operated in a way to keep their problems within their own assets. and, so, in order to comply with new rules that are coming out to address those reliability concerns, we have included in our ten-year capital plan an increase of 32.4 million to address the needed improvements. so, again, we had anticipated almost 27 million, but with the changes in regulations it needs to increase by 32.4. unanticipated at that level. and as we face all of these challenges, we still have the ongoing obligations and responsibilities that the federal law and the city charter have placed on us to operate our hetch hetchy system responsibly to
just wanted to encourage the lafco in any energy endeavors that it goes forward with to definitely -- since he spoke today, you probably know that one of the recommendationses we made to you folks is to use department of environment staff as well. we've seen that they have been ready to go on program like cleanpowersf and doing other renewable energy projects and efficiency projects and their involvement will be key. along the same lines, in a little bit of a critical vein, it would be good to know what's going on with the climate action plan that was recently put out because originally it mentioned cleanpowersf, among other things, and now it's not the same. it would be good to find out when we're going to have a hearing on that and maybe in lafco if necessary. and then finally, one of the thing that will make it possible to fund the clean energy is to develop a public bank and we hadn't heard much about that. so, just wanted to get the status on that from chair avalos and perhaps staff. thanks. >> thank you very much. we will have a hearing on march 31st related to the climate pr
students. i draw from thir energy. serving in the military has a level of distinction, but not until i walked into the classroom could i say i love what i do. every morning i get up and love what i do and have new ideas for my student and they lusk it back. it doesn't get better than this. thank you. >> okay, supervisor ye, you rup. supervisor wiener wanted to go last. >> [inaudible] [inaudible] bridget is a former board member of the ocean avenue association and the small business owner in district 7. she was borned and raised in san francisco and attended sacred heart but graduated from abraham lincoln high school which is where my older daughter graduated. there seem to be a theme as abraham lincoln high school [inaudible] she had the opportunity to work with a master stylist. she pursued a license in cause motology and continued her training at the pris teejs paul mitchell academy for styling. in 1992, she went into partnership andopebed her first salon in san francisco. can you believe when i heard she opened up [inaudible] what was she, 5 years old. not only is she liv
to wait until he had energy. i began assigning this wish with the family in march and started to understand the two miles how are we going to achieve that i made a bold statement into turning this into goth am city. it codify catapulted. so, now it's a much for ininaccurate indicate from the divorce. people starting twoet and reposting and it went viral. it was incredible about make a wish he wanted to be thinking about being batman. there's been a lot of super issues that have happened cross the country but i think that can only happen in san francisco the mayors on board and the city hall it's an incredible outpouring and i love how san francisco is in the spotlight here and people around the world sending their love to san francisco. you kids we thank you for your encourage and we wish we can erase the pain we hope this is the day of magic and that you'll remember this forever. bat kid forever in san francisco >> san francisco is unique in this way and it's part of our compassion and we have a civic duty to be involved and people are stepping forward if in huge way. it's a
can make adjustments that satisfies everyone and thank you for all the energy >> any comments. so i have a few. one is that, you know, so i'm disappointed that the chief didn't sign the m l u with the recommendations from the board. this is an opportunity to deny the police role and he said it will prohibit the police officers but it will deny the jobs with the san francisco school districts and that's a core of community planning, zoning, and economic committee we can deny within our. view how we work with the police as they protect and serve our community. they set the perimeters outside of school where we have no jurisdiction but within our schools we have the jurisdiction. i feel even though people have said to me they keep our schools save i think actually with a tithe written m l u it keeps our students safer. i agree with commissioner maufas but i want to put on the record i'm disappointed he doesn't sign that. i make a recommendations that every officer that works in our school should come to one of our training. he said should but really i feel like they shall. i feel like
are talking about water supply and energy and deacceleration is related to both we need to be using strategies that are working with nature. and not using did 20th century approach manhattan to get an approach >> will that effect us generally. >> extension is a big part ever that currently, the technologies use a lot of energy and produce and regardless of the technology used or the type of water are filter you've got to have the water released into nature. the fact you're doing something on a bay it's essentially going to subcontractor. the point is when you have a choice to conserve instead of manipulating nature that's the choice i need to make so the distinction the club is making and all the other organizations is not only extension but we need to approach in the 21st century the different mindset and baker. >> with nature in a cooperative way >> i get the points but there's two points many our comments before you develop additional water supply do you want to be looking softer approaches to have a sustainable supply and the second is around deacceleration technology vs. osmosis is the
years ago because this project that we're doing was greatly energy jisz with the prospective of high speed rail. that prospect has been severely diminished. i think we have to do this to replace that energy although i think high speed rail is coming it may not come for 25 years that's the reality. the only way to proceed with our project is to somehow do something like that with this holistic thinking that can replace that kind of energy so i think not so much, you know, trying to preserve what we're doing but to incorporate. i think this is necessary for us. this is the kind of, you know, if you want to think in terms of you know of p-3 stuff and what - hydrahow are we going to be able to do phase 2 nothing rivals this with presenting a ponlt for being able to do that that has to be looked at holistically and i wish i luck and certainly that you can ranger for a clean blackboard and is we if we can't agree on what could happen and it's easy to bring up the politics we can't do this because of those people and those people don't like it. let's see if we can agree that on a plan of wh
. bridget, your energy and spirit up lifts those around you. in fact, when i feel down, i drive by the shop and see her smile and feel a lot better. bridget, i want to say that you are just such a great example of the community, as a strong role model special for asparing woman of color that also hope some day they will start their own business. thank you for being here and sharing your energy, bridget. >> first of all i would like to say it is privilege to be here and honors for all the people that were up here before me. they have done so much for their communities. this is such a honor because usually when i dm to city hall i'm stressed out and dealing with taxes and stuff like that so this is the first time i have been here without being stressed out. i'm so thankful i grateful and want to give nob nab i would like to say that it wasn't spoken about my mom that she originally started a business and she is right there, i would like her to stand. the whole crew-i would like all them to stand, that is my sporelt team and friend and family and sthai are they are the only ones here.
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francisco series. congratulations to all the heros and artists thank you chevron energy solutions and wells fargo and at&t and evenly tell corporation and mccousin foundation and a pentagon and pier 39 the lane discover foundation and a web core builders and theanford robertso jean (clapping.) >> (speaking foreign language.) >> (clapping.) hello, i'm luke and i'll translate what my friend justice said. we're exist with other students with bay area french schools in welcoming his excellency from the french republic inform san francisco. now may i please present the achieve pro to call charring let (clapping) >> you couldn't have said that better. so french is alive and well in our french american schools and french is in the air with our invite with the french republic of france we're delight to have you here. we're pleased you've brought a delegation i believe the administrators of your government and the elected officials and your ambassadors and advisory. you're in a city of innovation and the french have brought so much here today wear in city hall and your host is mayor ed lee who wo
resources, energy, and water, for example, to produce and transport bottled water than it does to produce tap water and there is the waste, of course. plastics end up in our oceanses much more than they should and harm animals [speaker not understood]. another issue i think by a few speakers that came up at our meeting, increasing the availability of drinking water in public areas is important because drinking water shouldn't be available only to those who can afford to pay a premium for it. and the last thing to add and president chiu brought this up earlier, is that we would also support [speaker not understood] to strengthen legislation by reducing ability to grant waivers and completely understand that there are quarterly reporting requirements and why they were granted, but we would like something even stronger. thank you very much. >> thank you very much. commissioner rabanas. i apologize, i didn't realize you were here. i would have called you up earlier. >>> no need, i have to be a private citizen. my name is ruth [speaker not understood] and i do remember the boda bag. [speaker n
energy system in the city. it will help s.f.p.u.c. in its future budget problems, not hurt them. so, we don't want to be penny wise and pound foolish and take away our ability to grow this program at a key time when it could provide the key to salvaging what's going on over at the s.f.p.u.c., especially if the drought continues and hetch hetchy doesn't produce as much electricity, we need other electricity sources to fill in. so, i just want to put that point in there that this is the whole point of this program is to benefit the s.f.p.u.c. in its budget condition. >> thank you. are there any other members of the public who would like to comment? and seeing none, we'll close public comment. [gavel] >> and move on to our next item. >> item number 4, power enterprise update. >> okay, we have ms. barbara harrell who will be providing the update and general manager harlan kelly as well who will probably tag team on it. >> so, first of all, i'm excited to be here and have an opportunity to give you the latest on our power enterprise and the health -- financial health of our enterprise. over
them were we not in existence. and then many other benefits from in-city solar, energy efficiency, street lights, just the work force, and operations of the hetchy power enterprise, really bringing lots of benefits to san francisco. >> ms. hale, could you say -- it says here the first bullet after the hetch hetchy system also provides 100% clean power to nongeneral fund customers at pg&e rates or less. could you give an example? >> yes, for example, the san francisco airport, the ferry building, these are facilities that we serve. they are not on the general fund side of the city's budget ledger. they are our customers. so, tenants within city facilities like the ferry building, the airport. >> very good, thank you. >> you're welcome. and, of course, some of the largest consumers on the nongeneral fund side are puc utility, water and wastewater services. and, so, what we're showing with this slide is just an outline on the left of the revenue sources. and on the right the costs. so, this shows you in order to get those benefits, you know, we incur certain costs and we charge for t
that perform better, last longer. not that you can't have vinyl windows that meet the energy efficiency standards and typically in new vinyl windows are better than that 10-20 years ago but you would have vinyl windows that last a couple years whereas wood bind -- windows and longevity are better. >> my last question is you are asking us to reverse your own staff's decision here and i am troubled by the implication that this is this complaint is in retaliation for dr. your staff took that into consideration when not imposing a penalty. so what's your view on that? are we encouraging these types of complaints in retaliation? >> i think that's a consideration for the board to make in the decision tonight. i certainly would understand that. we have to look objectively at whether or not something was in compliance or not. we received complaints that are anonymous of those which we know who the complainant was as to try to sift through what the modifications may have been are problematic and we have to follow our code requirements and exercising discretion along those lines at our level is
and san francisco series. congratulations to all the heros and artists thank you chevron energy solutions and wells fargo and at&t and evenly tell corporation and mccousin foundation and a pentagon and pier 39 the lane discover foundation and a web core builders and theanford robertso jean (music) >> herb theatre,open rehearsal. listen to the rehearsal. i think it is fun for them, they see our work process, our discussions, the decisions we make. it is good for us. we kind of behavior little bit when we have people in the audience. msk (music) >> we are rehearsing for our most expensive tour; plus two concerts here. we are proud that the growth of the orchestra, and how it is expanded and it is being accepted. my ambition when i came on as music director here -- it was evident we needed absolutely excellent work. also evident to me that i thought everyone should know that. this was my purpose. and after we opened, which was a spectacular opening concert about five weeks after that the economy completely crashed. my plan -- and i'm absolutely dogmatic about my plans --were delayed slightl
language.) >> it is here that in the area of health, energy and new technologies new products are developed and new medicines are intensity and a on what grounds are found and those will change radly the people of the united states but also have people all over the world. >> (speaking foreign language.) >> and this is precisely we're so proud that more than 3 hundred french companies have chosen to settle down in san francisco. >> (speaking foreign language.) >> and we'll also particularly proud that a third of american investments in france come from this area. >> (speaking foreign language.) >> we have a historic ties that is true the french have attributed to the creation of city and other french folks create vineyard in this area and now more french meanwhile will settle down here for conversation in the district speeding i hope you'll forgive us for thinking why so many french people want to come and live here is because they think they're in france (laughter) >> (speaking foreign language.) >> we've got strong cultural diaz ties between paris and san francisc
to get a large escape of new energy be it further resolved built rapidly in san francisco. and even though the san francisco public utilities commission staff are working telephone number on this we released on rfp last friday to punish finish the planning for the local installation work for clean pour u s f even though your staff is not working on this i'm sure mell come will finish the getting paid and it will be helpful to come to the joint meeting on monday and you can help us geoget to the goal we need to be able to have this program by dedicating our staff on the local planning plan outbuilding >> i'll be out of town. the critics will be happy to hear that >> i know that supervisor avalos has been doing good work they were applying some pressure to get it down so with respect to monday, i know we have 3 commissioners that were agriculture to attend in the morning and 3 in the afternoon i'm not one of the expirations that can attend so you you're getting the 3 that are available i think this was appropriate to say. >> the advocates were completely surprised by this as well a
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